Tag Archives: speaking engagements

Five D.C. Circuit Judges Will Speak at Federalist Society Convention

The D.C. Circuit is showing up in force at the Federalist Society’s annual National Lawyers Convention today through Saturday at the Mayflower Hotel, three stops away from Judiciary Square on the Red Line.  Continue reading

Judge Tatel to Share Spotlight with Justice Sotomayor at Public Service Conference

Judge Tatel will lead a conversation in October with Justice Sonia Sotomayor about her career in public service.   Continue reading

Panel: The Military Commissions and Guantanamo

The D.C. Bar’s International Law Section is sponsoring a panel on Thursday, July 19, entitled “The Military Commissions and Guantanamo.”   Continue reading

Judge Kavanaugh on War-on-Terror Jurisprudence

The American University Law Review has published War, Terror, and the Federal Courts, Ten Years after 9/11, the lightly edited transcript of a panel featuring Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh that was held at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools. Continue reading

Chief Judge Sentelle and Justice Thomas to Reflect on Judicial Careers

Chief Judge David Sentelle and Justice Clarence Thomas will offer “Reflections from the Bench” in Charlotte next Friday, June 8.  Chief Judge Sentelle is a native of North Carolina, and he was a colleague of then-Judge Thomas on the D.C. Circuit before Thomas’s elevation to the Supreme Court. Continue reading

Judge Brown to Moderate Panel on Freedom of Assembly

Judge Brown will moderate a book forum on the freedom of assembly on May 8 at the American Enterprise Institute.  The panel includes John Inazu, author of Liberty’s Refuge: The Forgotten Freedom of Assembly and professor at Washington University Law School.  The other panelists are Continue reading

Judge Griffith to BYU Law Grads: “Go forth to serve!”

D.C. Circuit Judge Thomas Griffith was the convocation speaker at Brigham Young University Law School on April 20.  The law school reports that in a speech urging graduates to serve others, “Judge Griffith pointed out three great lawyers who exemplified both professional expertise and character: Continue reading